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TO YOU . . . 

. . . we wish to present within these pages a record not 
only of things we have done but also of places we have 
loved. . . . 

Places where we worshipped, where we studied, where we 
gathered to play or to discuss world, literary, and other 
affairs. 

With your help we have compiled pictures and jotted 
down notes to preserve some memories of our last year at 
Saint Mary's. We hope you approve. 

From us, 

Adelaide Caldwell Butler, Editor 
Jane Clark Cheshire, Business Manager 



CONTENTS 

Views 

Administration 

Classes 

Organizations 

Athletics 

Features 




DEDICATION 



To Russell Broughton for the songs he wrote especially 
for us; for his clever wit, original cooperation, patience, 
and for his chapel music — we wish to show our deepest 
appreciation by dedicating to him our 1 914 yearbook. 



WARREN WADE WAY 

March 18, 1869— June 11, 1943 
Rector 1918-1932 




Lofty pillars, symbolizing tradition, beauty, and serenity 




Ivy covered Holt with its memories of fun, bull sessions unci Senior privileges 




Shadows and sunlit hour, and reverence icithh 




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Research historical scribblish, Cadmium splashes, and formaldehyde 




Thespians, spelling bees, talks, recitals, and concerts ad infinitum 




Sentinels that look upon arrivals and departures with ageless calm 



ADMINISTRATION 




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Mrs. Ehnest C'kiiksiiaxk, A.B., M.A., President 

With dignity and understanding she deals with numerous 
problems that confront the president of any school and 
makes each girl feel thai part of Saint Mary's is hers. 



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A sound preacher and 
an understanding teach- 
er, but more important, a 
persona] friend to each 
of us. 



The Rev. Mr. I. Harding Hughes, Chaplain 



Eliot F. Stocghtox, Business Manager 



Busy, able, patient, 
and courteous . . . he is 
•'fine find" for Saint 
Mary's. 




FACULTY 




Florence C. Davis, B.O., Expression ; Ruth Cahroll, A.B.. M.A.. History, Latin; Sally Digges, 
A.B.. M.A.. Spanish, French; Mils. I.ehoy Smith, A.B.. M.A., French, Spanish. Not photo- 
graphed: Nell Battle Lewis, A.B., English, Bible. 




Annie Ruth Lineheuiiy, A.B., M.A., Mathematics ; William Conrad Guess, A.B., M.A., History, 
Sociology, Economics, Government; Elizabeth Bason, A.B., M.A.. Home Economics; Mar.iorie 
J. Lalor, A.B., M.S., Biology. Hygiene; Mrs. Russell Broi-ghton, A.B., M.A.. French. Not 
photographed : Mary Helen Dodd, A.B.. M.A.. Chemistry, German. 




Mrs. Edgar Aldex, Mus.B., Violin; Mary Ruth Haig, B.S.. Piano; Geraldixe Cate, A. B., M. A., 
Voice; Russell Broughtox, Mus.B.. Mus.M., F.A.G.O., Organ, Harmon//; Mrs. Herbert 
Bird, Mus.B., Mus.M., History of Music, Piano, Theory. 




Mrs. Augusta Rembert, Art Certificate. U. of S. ('.. Pratt, (.rand Central, Traphaghn Art Schools, 
Art, Jit History; Mrs. Theodore Partrick, Jr., A.B., Latin, Bible; Charles Albert Petigru 
Moore, A.B.. M.A.. English; Margaret Dickett, A.B.. M.A.. English. 



FACULTY 




Ann Christian, Secretarial Courses; Genevieve Senecal, B.S., Physical Education; Peggy 
Hopkins, A.B., Alumnae Secretary; Adelaide Wixslow, A.B., A.B. in L.S., Assistant Libra- 
rian; Mrs. William C. Guess, B.S., Dancing, Physical Education. Not photographed; Mrs. 
Harlan C. Brown, A.B., M.A., Librarian; Mrs. J. E. Mollis, B.S., Secretarial Courses. 




Bessie B. Brown, Secretary of Book Room ; Mary Lewis Sasseh, Secretary ; Elizabeth lS. Tucker, 
Secretary to the President ; .Julia Jordan, Secretary; Frances Vann, Assistant Secretary. 




Mhs. Walter Simpson, Housekeeper; Mhs. Nannie H. Marriott, Dietitian; Mrs. L. B. Naylor, 
R.N., Resident Nurse. Not photographed: Mrs. Hugh McLeod, Hostess; Dr. II. B. Haywood, 
Jr., School Physician. 










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Off-Moments 




Stuffed shirts . . . The Gallic touch . . . Attending to the Bard of Avon. 
Cloths, books, n' mail . . . Final moments 1943. 
Family life . . , Drill staff officers. 

Bridget . . . Waitin' for "Son' 




Mary Arden Tucker, Virginia Hurt, Betty Edwards, Sally Ramsey, Agatha Chipley. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 



Betty Edwards, President , stands for all the qualities we wanted in a president. Of course 
we remember her never failing answers in elass recitation, but her friendliness, versatility, and charm 
have meant even more to us. We shall always remember a tine, well-rounded person who was a 
friend as well as leader to us all. 

Sally Ramsey, Vice President, whose sense of humor, personality, and originality imme- 
diately impressed the new students, effectively put across new and progressive ideas in orientation 
classes and constitution committee meetings. 

Mary Arden Ticker, Secretary of the Student Government Association, has set a new mark 
in accuracy and cooperation while keeping records for Honor Council meetings and other Student 
Government activities. 

Virginia Hart, Chairman of the Hall Council, has proved to be as lovely and likable as she 
is diplomatic. In her easy manner she has directed the Hall Council with efficiency and 
understanding. 

Agatha Chipley, President of the Dai/ Students, has more than adequately filled the require- 
ments for a good president. By her own excellent example of enthusiasm and leadership, she 
has encouraged more day students to take an increasing part in activities at Saint Mary's. 



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Front row, left to riffht; Betty Gaither, Kate Broadfoot, Emily Williamson. Second row: Jane K. Bell, Sally 
Ramsey, Katherine Taylor, Mary Arden Tucker, Sarah Bain, Betty Edwards, President. 



THE HONOR COUNCIL 



A carefully chosen group of capable leaders whose job is not always enviable, the Honor 
Council exercises more authority than any other student organization at Saint Mary's. The 
Student Government officers and class representatives who make up the Council acquire im- 
partiality and a sense of values as they consider serious violations of Student Government policies. 
Throughout the year these girls by their thoughtful ncss and good judgment have set an example 
for every student in school. 



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Front row, left In right: Edmunds, Hart, Chairman; Bass, Secretary. Second row: Edwards, Eagles, Rodwell, 
Petesch, Wood, Chambers, Bain, Rickenbaker, .McMillan. Third row: Miss Hopkins, Robertson, Dysart, 
Warner, Clarke, Guitlier, C, Gaitlier, M. 



THE HALL COUNCIL 



Monday night meetings, order on the halts, points, and petitions all go together to make the life 
of a Hall Council member exacting at all times. Composed of hall presidents, a chairman, a 
faculty adviser, and the President of the Student Body, the Council works as a group as well as 
individually to regulate life on the halls and to discuss problems of daily routine as they .arise. 



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Front vine, left to right: Sliamburger, Chipley, Ramsey, Edwards. Second row: Mrs. Guess, Mitchell, Co- 
chairman: Miss Dipg-es, Co-chairman; Moore, R., Hart. Back row: Mrs. Bird, Miss Davis, Hunsucker, Wood, 
Blount, Huft'man, Sloan. 



THE LEGISLATIVE BODY 



The Legislative Body, composed of Student Government officers, faculty and class representa- 
tives, and the Handbook editor, considers petitions originated by the students and revisions in the 
Constitution. Whatever the petitions concern, this group carefully weighs their merits and decides 
on their value to the school. Anxious for progressive and beneficial measures, each year the Legisla- 
tive Body grants new privileges and adopts, new. improved ideas for the Student Govern- 
ment Association. 



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CLASSES 



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F it k x c 1 1 1 1: M i'Caxx, T ' 
Treasurer, 



Ice President j Betty Bails es. President ; Mary Louise Martin, Secretary- 



SENIORS 



These Seniors, like those before them, have carried on the traditions of every graduat- 
ing class. They were there to greet the new girls in the fall and, as big sisters, to help 
them over the first days. They were there to teach the Handbook groups; to advise on 
studies and exams; to congratulate the new officers in the spring. They were every- 
where a guiding hand was needed. But these Seniors had lighter moments too. Their 
voices issued from Holt as they gathered in the parlor for meetings and "bull-sessions." 
Their faces glowed with happiness the morning of Christmas vacation as they serenaded 
the student body. Their feverish excitement over the Senior dance, and their relief over 
being "guests" at the Junior-Senior show them to be as gay and fun loving as any group 
of girls. 

Throughout the year — leaders and friends- -they played a major roll in the school 
life of every Saint Mary's girl. 



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SENIORS 



MARY JUANITA ANDERSON 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Clothes, peroxide, drawl, Sigma Chi's 
Political Science Club 44; Hockey 44; All Star, Life Saving 43; Mu. 



ELIZABETH VIRDIN BARNES 

Charlottesville, Virginia 

Charm, ability, gabardine suits, blushes 

President of Class 43; President of Class 44; Legislative Body; E.A.P. 
Literary Society 43; Political Science Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Head 
of Student War Fund Drive 44; Sigma. 



VIDETTE SAVAGE BASS 

Wilson, N. C. 

IVit, pink slips, sewing box, Iioyee 

Secretary of Hall Council 44; Publications Staff 44; Political Science 
Club 44;" Altar Guild 44; All Star, Volleyball 43; Baseball 43; Hockey 
44; Kiekball 44; Mu. 






JANE KESTLER BELL 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Suits, bows 'n beaux, Fort Bragg, blue eyes 

Honor Council 44; Publications Start'; Annual Business Start 44; 
Sigma Lambda Literary Society 43; Day Student Captain, War Fund 
Drive 44; Doctors' Daughters' Club; Mu. 




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SENIORS 





FANNY LEE BROOKE 

Alexandria, Virginia 

Red hair, sports, Washington, school spirit 

Dramatic Club; Altar Guild 44; Letter Club; All Star. Kickball 43; 
Basketball 43; Volley Ball 43; Baseball 43; Hockey 44; Vice Pres- 
ident of Sigma's 44. 



JEAN BROOKS 
Kinston, N. C. 

Baby bob, Carolina, poetry, dry rcit 

Political Science Club 44; Glee Club 41 ; Altar Guild 44; Hockey 44; 
Kickball 44; Squad Leader 44; Sigma. 



ELIZABETH GRAVES BURKE 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

Bangs, personality, originality, Freshman Janie 

Publications Staff 44; Annual Art Staff 44; Political Science Club 
44; Granddaughters' Club; Acolyte 44; Altar Guild 44; Orcbesis 43; 
All Star. Softball 43; Tennis 43; Kickball 44; Sigma. 



ADELAIDE CALDWELL BUTLER 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Model material, "Pinkie," lieutenants, capability 

Editor of Stage Coach 44; Publications Staff; Sigma Lambda Literary 
Society; Political Science Club 44; Dramatic Club; Annual Art Staff; 
Art Certificate; Altar Guild 44; All Star. Life Saving 43; Company 
Commander 44; Letter Club 44; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



JANE CLARK CHESHIRE 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Cuteness, sloppy sweaters, drawl, lovableness 

Business Manager of Stage Coach 44; E.A.P. Literary Society; 
Deutscher Verein; Political Science Club 44; Granddaughters' Club; 
Glee Club, Accompanist 44; Piano Certificate; Organ Certificate; Mu. 



AGATHA HERITAGE CHIPLEY 

Raleigh. N. C. 

Handknit sweaters, wit, "Chip," versatility 

President of Day Students 44; President of E.A.P. Literary Society 
44; Secretary of Legislative Body 43; Editor of Handbook 43; Dance 
Marshal 43; Granddaughters' Club; Hockey; Sigma. 




ELIZABETH SCOTT CLARK 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

Commanders, leadership, cashmere sweaters, house parties 

Chief Dance Marshal 44 ; Chairman of Legislative Body 43 ; President 
of Circle 44; Business Staff of Stage Coach 44; Political Science 
Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Mu. 




MARY EOX CLARKE 

Maysville, Kentucky 

"Foxie," sleep, versatility, Kentucky mountaineers 

Hall Council 44; E.A.P. Literary Society; Publications Staff 44; 
Political Science Club 44; Dance Marshal; Glee Club; Choir; Altar 
Guild 44; Cheer Leader 44; Letter Club 44; All Star, Life Saving 43: 
Kickball 44; Mu. 




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SENIORS 



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MARJORIE GLYN COLE 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Complexion, eyes, Annapolis, dreaminess 

Publications Staff 4H ; Political Science Club 44; Dramatic Club; 
Sigma, 



FANNIE CLOSS COOPER 

Henderson, N. C. 

lied hair, clothes, baby talk, Carolina, amiability 

Publications Staff 44; Annual Business Staff 44; Art Staff 41; E.A.P. 
Literary Society 44; Dramatic Club; Political Science Club 44; 
Orcliesis; Altar Guild 44; Letter Club; All Star, Life Saving 43; 
Basketball 43; Hockey 44; Sigma. 



ALICE LOUISE CRAIG 

Concord, N". C. 

State, Hob, phone calls, petiteness 

Political Science Club 14; Dramatic Club 43; Glee Club 43; Choir 44; 
Altar Guild 44; Mu. 




CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH CRAWFORD 

New London, Connecticut 

Submarines, poise, glamour, unselfishness 

Publications Staff 43; Sigma Lambda Literary Society; Political 
Science Club; Granddaughters' Club; Altar Guild; Mm. 



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SENIORS 



MARGARET HUSKE DEEOSSET 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Drawl, style, dangler, Fort Bragg, orchids 

Marshal 44; Dance Marshal 43; Publications Staff 13; Political Science 
Club; Granddaughters' Club; Altar Guild; Mu. 




REBECCA WOOD DRAXE. 
Monroe. N. C. 



JR. 



Art deliberateness, grades, dry wit 

President of Canterbury Club 44; Canterbury Club Council; Publica- 
tions Staff; Annual Art Staff; Circle 44; E.A.P. Literary Society; 
Political Science Club; Granddaughters' Club; French Club 14; 
Dramatic Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Mu. 



ANNE BARTON DYSART 
Greenville, South Carolina 
Sincerity, beauty, shyness, English 
Hall Council 44; Political Science Club 44; Granddaughters 



Club; 



Orchestra; Glee Club 43; Dramatic Club -13 ; Choir; Altar Guild 44; 
Letter Club 44; All Star. Baseball 43; Kiekball 44; Ma. 



ELIZABETH LILES EDWARDS 

Tarboro, N. C. 

I.Q., friendliness, extra-curricular, popularity 

President of Student Body 44; Honor Council 44; Hall Council 44; 
Legislative Body 44; Publications Staff; Circle; Sigma Lambda Liter- 
ary Society; French Club; Political Science Club 44; Dramatic Club; 
Canterbury Club Council ; Altar Guild 44 ; Sigma. 




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MARY VIRGINIA FREEMAN 

Clarksville, Virginia 

"Frit:," pre-med students, organ, dignity 

Secretary of Political Science Club 41; Altar Guild 44; Orchesis 41 ; 
Mu. 



ELIZABETH WOOD GAITHER 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Double talk, Xag's Head, liveliness, Navy 'n' R.C.A.F. 

Honor Council 41; Hall Council 43; Publications Staff 41; Sigma 
Lambda Literary Society; President of Granddaughters' Club 44; 
Political Science Club 44; Altar Guild 41; Orchesis 44; All Star. Life 
Saving 43; Sigma. 



MARGARET LOUISE GOOLD 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Blondie, friendliness , diligence, quietness 
Preneh Club 41; Sigma. 



ELIZABETH HILL GRAHAM 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Art, charm, Kelly green, conscientiousness 

Queen's College 13; Doctors' Daughters' Club 14; Granddaughters' 
Club 44; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



LENA MAE GRANTHAM 
Stantonsburg, N. C. 

Goals, Ilershey bars, German, sportsmanship 

Deutschei Verein; Political Science Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Letter 
Club 44: All Star. Kickball 44; Basketball 43; Mu. 




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MARY PATRICIA GWYN 

Waynesville, N. C. 

Men, pictures, bows, talent, sweetness 

Co-managing- editor of the Belles 44; Photography editor of Stage 
Coach 44; French Club 44; Political Science Club 44; Orchestra; 
Altar Guild 44; Orchesis 43; Mu. 




JOAN KIRK HAMNER 

Germantovvn. Pennsylvania 

Naivete, drawings, Navy lieutenants, dreaminess 

Publications Staff 44; Annual Art Staff 44; French Club 1.4; Political 
Science Club 44; Altar Guild 44; All Star. Life Saving 43; Hockey ft; 
Sigma. 




MARY VIRGINIA HART 

Chatham, Virginia 

Attractiveness, brains, efficiency, baths 

Chairman of Hall Council 44; Legislative Body 44; Publications Staff; 
Secretary of Circle 44; E.A.P. Literary Society; Secretary of 
Deutscher Verein 42; Political Science Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Sigma. 




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SENIORS 



MARY PIERCE JOHNSON 

Weldon. N. C. 

Freckles, tarns, eyes, sweetness 

President of Political Science Club 44; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; 
Expression Certificate; All Star. Life Saving 43; Sigma. 



CLARA LEIGH KEMPER 

Shelby, N. C. 

State, chemistry, smiles, "nighty night," "Kemp" 

Publications Staff 43; Political Science Club 44; Dramatic Club; Glee 
Club; Altar Guild 44; All Star, Life Saving 43; Sigma. 



CORNELIA HOBGOOD KNOTT 

Farmville, N. C. 

Phi Dclts, Carolina, sincerity, piano 

Political Science Club 44; Choir 43; Glee Club; Altar 
Sigma. 



Guild 44; 



KATHERINE LOUISA LEGG 

Henderson, N. C. 

Beauty, brains, Carolina, pastels, sparkle 

Marshal 44; Dance Marshal 43; Co-managing Editor of Belles 44; 
Circle; Political Science Club 44; Art Certificate; Glee Club; Cheer 
Leader; Basketball 43; Squad Leader 44; M.U. 



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SENIORS 



MARIA SOUTHERLAND LEGG 

Henderson, N. C. 

Poise, twin, music, friendliness, charm 

Chief Marshal 44; Vice President of Class 43; Hall Council 43; 
Circle 14; Publications Staff 44; Political Science Club 44; Glee Club; 
Secretary of Dramatic Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Mu. 




MARY LYNN LEWIS 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Giggles, V.P.I. , blazers, cheerfulness, Little Store 

Manager of Little Store 44; Political Science Club 44; All Star, Life 
Saving 43; Kickball 44; Mu. 




HANNAH RICHARDSON LYON 

Washington. I). C. 

Apples, sun tan, frankness, (lief, humor 

Dance Marshal 44; Political Science Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Orchesis 
43; Sigma. 



MARY LOUISE MARTIN 

Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

"Chinkie," specs, V-7nail, Campus Xotes 

Class Secretary and Treasurer 44; Publications Staff; French Club 
44; Political Science Club 44; Glee Club 14; Choir; Crucifer H- ; 
Altar Guild 44; Mu. 





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SENIORS 



MARILYN MARIE MITCHELL 

Roanoke, Virginia 

"Molly," Xai'al Air Corps, brains, sincerity, Doc 

Student Chairman of Legislative Body 44; Treasurer of French Club 
44; Doctors' Daughters' Club; Vice President of Political Science 
Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Sigma. 



ELLEN FRENCH McCANN 

Franklin, Virginia 

"Frenchie," perseverance . dependability, sleepiness 

Editor of Belles 44; Vice President of Class 44; Sigma Lambda 
Literary Society; Political Science Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Sigma. 




emily iris McMillan 

Wilmington. N. C. 

Attractiveness, slacks, conscientiousness, genuineness 

Hall Council 44; Publications Staff 44; French Club; Political Science 
Club 44; Orchestra 44; Altar Guild 44; Ma, 



MARY WEST PAUL 

Norfolk. Virginia 

Style, neatness, Montreal, green shoes 

Marshal 44; Hall Council; Political Science Club 44; Altar Guild 44; 
Circle 44 ; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



MARY HODGES PERSON" 

Stantonshurg, N. C. 

Page boy, petiteness, Vogue, amiability 

Doctors' Daughters' Club; Deutscher Verein; Political Science Club 
44; Altar Guild 44; Mu. 




MARY DARDEX QUINERLY 

Ayderij N. C. 

Generousness. "hi kid," Cheerfulness, hall parlies 

Publications Staff 43; Deutscher Verein 44; Political Science Club 14; 
Dramatic Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Acolyte tt; Kickl.all 4 1 ; Softball 
43; Mu. 



SAELY WYATT RAMSEY 

Lynchburg. Virginia 

Contortions, xcit, friendliness, popularity 

Vice President of Student Body 44; Honor Council 44; Legislative 
Body 44; Dance Marshal 43; Canterbury Club Council; Political 
Science Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Circle 4t; Orehesis 13; Kickball 
44; Volley Ball 43; Cheer Leader; Sigma. 



PATSY MARIA RODGERS 

Warrenton, N. C. 

Sweetness, appendicitis, "Pat," angora socks, jitterbug 

Doctors' Daughters' Club; Dramatic Club J Political Science Club 44; 
President of Glee Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Sigma. 






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SENIORS 



FRANCES DAVENPORT RYLANDER 

Americus, Georgia 

"Gaxcgia," basketball, twinkle, laziness 

Political Science Club 11; Altar Guild 44; Letter Club; All Star, 
Softball 48; Volley Ball 43; Basketball -13; Squad Leader 44; Sigma. 



ELIZABETH COLEMAN SHAW 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Records, voice, individuality, "Lib" 

Dramatic Club; Political Science Club 14; Glee Club; Choir; Altai- 
Guild 44; Squad Leader 44; Mu. 




SARA ELIZABETH STOCKTON 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Swimming, "Mus Miisculns," promptness, conscientiousness 

Circulation Manager of the Belles 44; French Club; Political Science 
Club 44; Granddaughters' Club; Altar Guild 44; Choir; All Star, Life 
Saving 43; Sigma. 




CAROLINE BRACKENRIDGE TALBOT 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Harlequin's, absent mindedness, vivacity, smiles 

Dance Marshal 44; Publications Staff; Political Science Club 44; 
Choir 44; Altar Guild 44; Orehesis; Kiekball 44; Hockey 44; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



CAROLINE DAVIS TALIAFERRO 

Cranford, New Jersey 

A.S.T.P., Sandburg, "out of this world," angelicity 

Publications Staff 44; Sigma Lambda Literary Society 44; French 
Club 44; Political Science Club 44; Granddaughters' Club; Dramatic 
Club; Expression Certificate; Altar Guild 4-1; Orcbesis; All Star, Life 
Saving 43; Sigma. 




MICHELLE TELFAIR 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Kappa Sign, editorials, sarcasm, originality, brains 

Publications Staff; President of Sigma Lambda Literary Society 44: 
Granddaughters' Club ; Hockey 44 ; Mu. 




MARION MOORE THOMAS 

Charlotte, N. C. 

"Nicky," bores, Home Ec, Cuteness, Army 

Hall Council -13; Sigma Lambda Literary Society; Political Science 
Club 44; Granddaughters' Club; Dramatic Club; Altar Guild 4t; 
Orcbesis ; Mil. 



PATRICIA EXUM WEAVER 

Asbeville, N. C. 

"Patty," vagueness, U.S.O., charm, originality 

Editor of Bulletin 44; Circle; Publications Staff; Sigma Lambda 
Literary Society; French Club; Political Science Club 44; Dramatic 
Club; Doctors' Daughters' Club; Granddaughters' Club; Altar Guild 
44; Mn. 





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SENIORS 





HARRIET MURRAY WHITAKER 

Kinston, X. C. 

"Whit," tennis, eyes, men, personality 

Marshal 44 ; Dance Marshal 43; Treasurer of Circle 44; Publications 
Staff 44; Doctors' Daughters' Club; French Club; Political Science 
Club 44; Altar Guild 44; Letter Club 44; All Star. Tennis 43; Kick- 
ball 44; Basketball 43; Sigma. 



HELENA GRAGARD WILLIAMS 
Raleigh, X. C. 

School spirit, sports, freckles, enthusiasm 

Hall Council t3 ; Dramatic Club; Letter Club; All Star, Kickball 43; 
Softball 43; Basketball; Hockey; Squad Leader 44; Mu. 



EMILY YANDELL WILLIAMSON 

Memphis, Tennessee 

Friendliness, "full," attractiveness, unselfishness 

Honor Council 14; Publications Staff 44; President of Doctors' 
Daughters' Club 44; Political Science Club 44; Orchesis 43; Altar 
Guild 44; Kickball 44; Circle 44; Sigma. 



BETTY RUTH WINDES 
Raleigh, N. C. 

"Tech," cuteness, hangs, friendliness 

Business Staff of Annual; E.A.I'. Literary Society 44; Political Science 
Club; Sigma. 






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SENIORS 



ELIZABETH RANDOLPH WINSLOW 

Hertford, N. C. 

Chaplains, sewing, capability, vitality 

Publications Staff it; Political Science Club 44; Dramatic Club 
Granddaughters' Club; Home Economics Certificate; Orcbesis 44 
Altar Guild 44; All Star, Life Saving- It; Kickball; Basketball 
Hockey; Sigma. 




MAR(iARET PENELOPE WINSLOW 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Loquaciousness, "assembly's dismissed/' dependability, craziness 

Chairman of Assembly Programs 41; E.A.P. Literary Society; Grand- 
daughters' Club; President of French Club 44; Glee Club; Choir; 
Altar Guild 44; Sigma. 



BRENT BLACKMER WOODSOX 

Salisbury, N. C. 

Sports, State, inventors, smartness 

Woman's College of the University of North Carolina 43; Publications 
Staff 44; Political Science Club 44; Doctors' Daughters' Club 44; 
Granddaughters' Club 44; Altar Guild 44; French Club 44; Orchestra 
44; Hockey 44; Kickball 44; Sigma. 





ALMA BRYCE YOUNG 

Dunn. N. C. 

Snub nose, cheerfulness, knitting, ping pong, tears 

Publications Staff 44; Political Science Club; President of Altar Guild 
44; Basketball 43; Life Saving 43; Softball 43; Mu. 




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Senior Superlatives 





Betty Barnes 
Charm 



Betsy Burke 
Originality 



Jane Clark Cheshire 
Cuteness 




Foxie Clarke 
V ersatility 



Charlotte Crawford 
Dignity 



Rebecca Drane 
School Spirit 




Katherine Legg 
Beauty 



Mary West Paul 
Style 



Sally Ramsey 
Wit 




Harriet Whitaker 
Sportsmanship 



Helena Williams 
Athletics 



Emily Williamson 
Friendliness 



Senior Pin-ups 




Pack up your troubles . . . Les' call me snowball . . . Studious seniors . . . Them 
gals . . . Profile . . . Innocence . . . He's abroad. Juliet . . . Guide right! ... I use 
Colgates . . . Escape . . . Beauty 'n brains (?) . . . En masse . . . We three . . . Two 
of a kind . . . Grin Gamine. 



More of 'em 




Camera shy? . . . Cheese cates . . . Things in three again! 
Smile sweetly . . . Breezy . . . Boo! . . . Pat's FPO n' APO 
Happy gal . . . That was a whopper ! . . . Sea fever. 



. Chip. 
Literati. 



Ditto 




Tricky trio . . . Delivery duet. 

Ready to go . . . Waiting . . . Waiting . . . Study in levels 309 Holt. 
Straight 'n narrow . . . "Nick" . . . "(Jinny" . . . F'r'd march ! . . . 
Rhadsody in grins . . . Man-power shortage? 




Betsy Dchtiam, Treasurer; Fhaxces A vera.. Vice President; Bill ye Pope, Secretary ; Sara Coe 
Hl'xsuckiih, President. 



JUNIORS 



The girls of tlic Junior Class — so fresh from high school and, in many cases, totally 
inexperienced in the ways of student government — have adapted themselves remarkably 
well to college life. They arc ready and able to become next year's leaders not only of 
student government but also of every organization in school. Already they have a large 
representation in the Circle, the literary societies, the publications staff, not to mention 
the various chilis. They are on their way. 



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JUNIORS 



Frances Hill Avera 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Elizabeth Shirley Baer 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Jane Durham Bell 

Red Springs, N. C. 

Mary Hargrove Bellamy 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Mary Connell Bowers 
Warrantor!, N. C. 

Kate Broadfoot 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Ann Canon Brundage 
Tryon, N. C. 

Roberta Bovn Bryant 
Roseland, Virginia 

Mavis Philips Bunn 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mary Mana Byhd Burnett 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Susan Griswold Caldwell 
Columbus, Georgia 

Luzette Callum 
Raleigh, \. C. 

Jean Hampton Campbell 
Lynchburg, Virginia 

Mary Elizabeth Campbell 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Willie Thomasene Gates 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Gladys Elaine Cherry 
Speed, N. C 

Barbara Louise Cleve 
Vanceboro, N. C. 

Jeannette Winn Conover 
Concord, N. C. 




JUNIORS 




First rote: 

Mary Phyllis Cuwdkiiv, Portsmouth, Virginia 
Wilma Ann Cutts, Raleigh, X. C. 
Emma Britt Davis, La Grange, N. C. 
Helen Patterson Davis, Wilson, N. C. 



Third row: 

Pauline Jeanne Eagles, Durham. N. C. 
Alice Ann Edmunds, Greensboro, N. C. 
Edna Elise Ferguson, Clinton, N". C. 
Helen Ray Fleenoii, Charlotte, N. C. 



Second roic : Fourth rota: 

Mary Gresham Dickey. Oxford. Pennsylvania Annette Thackwell Fulton, Raleigh, N. C. 

Jane Rolfe Divers, Pulaski. Virginia Lucy Frank Gardner, Raleigh, X. C. 

Sallie Dillard Dixon, Norfolk. Virginia Mary Randolph Gardner, Raleigli, N. C. 

Elizabeth Anne Durham, Birmingham, Michigan Ruth Gee Gay, Jackson, N, C. 



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JUNIORS 




First rt>tc : 

Mary West Gilman, Portsmouth, Virginia 
Sibyl Goerch, Raleigh, X. C. 
Louise Toleh Gower, Raleigh, N. C. 
Maria Brown Gregory, Richmond, Virginia 



Third rote: 

Ruth Williams Hayes, Charlotte, N. C. 
Carolyn Wright Holland, Wilmington, N. C. 
Mary Elizabeth Holmes, Greensboro, N. C. 
Betty Lou Hood, Churchland, Virginia 



Second row': 

Lucy Landis Hancock. Oxford. N. C. 
Bobby Jean Hardy, Durham. N. C. 
Mary Louise Harris, Roxboro, N. C. 
Lucy Willingham Harvey, Lindale, Georgia 



Fourth roic: 

Gwendolyn Hughes, Tabor City, N. C. 
Sara Coe Hunsucker, High Point, N. C. 
Ruth Julia Jacobs, Raleigh, X. C. 
Patricia Jane James, Jacksonville, Florida 



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JUNIORS 




First row: 

Margaret Gordon Johnson, Montgomery, Alabama 
Laura Ann Johnston, Manteo, N. C. 
Sidney Dunbar Jones, Camden, South Carolina 
Bettie Alexander Kendrick, Raleigh, X. C. 



Third row: 

Caroline Moncure Long, Garysburg, N. C. 
Elizabeth McCaw Long, Winston-Salem, X. C. 
Martha Ann Maguire, Orlando. Florida 
Margaret Marshall Martin, Leaksville, N. C. 



Second row: 

Margaret Joyce Lamm. Raleigh. N. C. 
Kathryn Grace Lane, Dothan, Alabama 
Meta Sloan Leitner, Aiken, South Carolina 
Doris Jane Lin/ey, Raleigh, X. C. 



Fourth row: 

Jane Winter Maultsby. Whiteville, N T . C. 
Martha Louise Mawyer, Lovingston, Virginia 
Nancy Ann Mercer, Williamston, X. C. 

Anna Margaret Moomaw, Falling Spring. Virginia 



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JUNIORS 




First rorv: 

Jane Gilchrest Moore, Southern Pines, N. C. 
Susan Elizabeth Moore, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Margaret Pou Moran, Henderson, N. C. 
Mary Marshall Murphy, Salisbury, N. C. 



Third row: 

Martha Allston Parker, Georgetown, S. C. 
Mildred Parrott Parker, La Grange, N. C. 
Catherine Jane Nicholson Peete, Warrenton, N. C. 
Elizabeth Adair Petesch, Birmingham, Alabama 



Second rota: 

Caroline Clarkson Myers, Charlotte, X. C. 
Betty Bacon McKay, Wilmington, X. C. 
Marcia McMillin, Raleigh. X. C. 
Jeannette Harriett Parker, Jacksonville, Florida 



Fourth row: 

Will Cooper Pope, Dunn, X T . C. 
Sallie Baker Robertson, Washington, X. C. 
Isabel Barton Robinson, Washington, D. C. 
Margaret Jeffuess Rodwell, Warrenton, X. C. 



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JUNIORS 




First row: 

Sylvia Imogens Rogers, Smith field, X. C. 
Lucy Davis Seaman, Warrenton, N. C. 
Frances Martin Shackelford, Martinsville, Va 
Winifred Walker Sharpe, Elm City, N. C. 



Third roic : 

Mary Howard Stevens, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Sarah Robertson Stewart, Fayetteville, N T . C. 
Martha Washington Stoney, Anniston, Alabama 
Jean Carter Sullivan, Rocky Mount, X. C. 



Second row: 

Margaret English Skidmore, Albemarle. X. C. 
Maybelle Albertson Smith, Rocky Mount X. C. 
Mary Cleaves Steniiou.se, Goldsboro, X. C. 
Ann Stephens, Newport News, Virginia 



Fourth row: 

Sallie Alston Tarry, Brookneal, Virginia 
Eleanor Randolph Thomas, Charlotte, X. C. 
Elizabeth Crowdus Thomas, University City, Mo. 
Betsy Scott Thompson, Graham, N. C. 



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JUNIORS 




First rote: 

Charlotte Marguerite Thompson, Raleigh, N. C. 
Susan Middleton Thorp, Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Susan Rawlings Tolar, Fayetteville, N. C. 
Mary Arden Tucker, Warrenton N. C. 



Third row: 

Anne Nash White, Fayetteville, N. C. 
Josie Barnes White, Greenville, N. C. 
Elizareth Virginia Wilson, Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Anne Langhorne Wood, Edenton, N. C. 



Second row: 

Florence Lyle Tyler, Dunn, N. C. 

Nancy Pridgen Urner, Hagerstown, Maryland 

Stuart Verdery, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Carrie Maie Wade, Charlotte, N. C, 



Fourth row: 

Clarice Elizabeth Woolard, Raleigh, N. C. 
Frances Vivian Wollett, Raleigh, N. C. 
Evelyn Mae Works, Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Viola Isabel Yates, Raleigh, N. C. 



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BUSINESS CLASS 



Because of the apparent need for secretaries both 
now and after the war, the business class is putting- 
out more effort than ever before to turn out con- 
scientious and efficient graduates. Saint Mary's may 
well be proud to send out these able and hard work- 
ing girls into the business world. 



Betsy Blount, President; Gerry Morris, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Anne Hirst, Vice President. 



>eniors 




Helen Williams Batchelor 
Nashville, N. C. 



Pauline Hood Blantox 
Kinstoii, N. C. 



Mary Elizabeth Blount 
Washington, N. C. 



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Peggy Virginia Catks 
Hillsboro, N. C. 

Ruth Rosenthal Moore 
Whiteville, X. C. 



Ann Marie Seltman 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Amy Ethel Warner 
Asheville, N. C. 




Juniors 




First row, left to right: Charlotte Dukford Anderson, Raleigh. X. C; Charlotte 
Winston Armistead, Kinston. X. C; Bess Parker Banks, Mifflingtown. Pennsyl- 
vania; Eva Renfroe Blackmer, Salisbury, X. C. 

Second row: Sarah Patrick Darden, Wilmington. X. C. ; Charlotte Ellenora 
Fulks, Raleigh. X. C; Annabelle Gill, Raleigh, X. C; Shirley Gilbert Goode, 
Lynchburg, Virginia. 



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Business Juniors 




First row: 

Betty Hughes Griffin, Elizabeth City, X. C. 
Evelyn Griffin, Goldsboro, N. C. 
Anne Heston Hirst, Pureeeville, Virginia 
Mary' Adams Hough, Raleigh, N. C. 

Second row: 

Sara Bell Ingle, Raleigh, N. C. 
Louise Manning Jennette. Raleigh, N. C. 
Mary Elizabeth Jones, Raleigh, N. C. 
Mary Katherine Klyman, Raleigh, N. C. 



Third row: 

Anne Harrison I.aPoute, Wilmington, N. C. 
Geraldine May Morris, Raleigh, N. C. 
Henrietta Ragland, Raleigh, N. C. 
Katherine Jones Tay-lor, Dunn, N. C. 

Fourth row: 

Mary Helen Terry, Raleigh, N. C. 
Barbara Jane Thomas. Raleigh, N. C. 
Catherine Jane Weaver, Raleigh, N. C. 
Mary Helen Wilson, Raleigh, N. C. 



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■ ■ ' . j '■ ■■■( »'■>' . ■'»>».«/ 



SOPHOMORES 



These Sophomores have learned to study, work, 
and play together successfully. Now, well- 
prepared, they are looking forward to college life 
and more freedom. They can spell, too. 





X 



Butty Nicoll, Secretary-Treasurer; .Taxi: Sloan, Pics 
iilciit ; Cahoi.yx Gaitiier, Vice President. 




First row, left to right: Miriam Morgan Arwood, Enfield, X. C; Mary Spottswood 
Baskeryille, Warrenton, X. C; Mary Strcdwick Berry, Greensboro, X. C. ; 
Betty Anne Bobbitt, Raleigh, N. C. 

Second row: Merrily Brooks, Franklin. X. C; Olive Buckley Camp, Franklin. 
Virginia; Louise Carh, Orlando. Florida; Catherine Langhorne Carrixgton, 
Lynchburg, Virginia. 



Sophomores 




Nancy Christine Carter 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Fay Morgan Chambers 
Marion, N. C. 

Clara Elizabeth Dunn 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Mary Norman Fishel 
Vaughn, N. C. 

Carolyn Hayes Gaitheh 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Marion Long Gaither 

Newton, N. C. 



Cordelia Wills Gant 
Danville, Virginia 

Virginia Harrington 
Charlotte, N. C 

Oyeida Lorraine Hillyer 
Jacksonville, Florida 



Jane Gertrude Jeter 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Betty White Johnson 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Jean Elizabeth Johnston 
Manteo, N. C. 



Helen Robehson Mardre 
Windsor, N. C. 

Ella Frances Marks 
Boy kins, Virginia 

Ann Bruce Mauldin 

Rock Hill. South Carolina 



Lydia Jean Maynahd 

Hamilton, New York 

Jane Hayden Morris 
Mocksville, N. C. 

Georgia Worth Murphy 

Charleston, West Virginia. 



Sophomores 




First roxv: 

Elizabeth Rudd Nicoll, Charlotte. N. C. 
Delight Thomas Nuchols, Charlotte, X. C. 
Betty Joyce Xutt, Greensboro, N. C. 
Josephine Carter Oqlesby, Concord, X. C. 



Third rote: 

Ellen Brent Senay, Raleigh, N, C. 
Jeannette Wine Simpson, Raleigh, N. C. 
Jane Elliot Sloan, Charlotte. X. C. 
Ri'tii Wallace Street, Charlotte, X. C. 



Second row: 

Elizabeth Gray Peden, Canton, X. C. 
Barbara Ann Ray, Charlotte, X. C. 
Janet McLane Rosser, Vass, X. C. 
Dorothy Haywood Rceein, Raleigh, X. C. 



Fourth rote : 

Irvin Jones Thorp, Fries, Virginia 

Phyllis Sherlock Thorpe, Pelham Manor. X. Y, 

Ida Raye Vann, Clinton. X. C. 

Lucy Bright Woodruff, Clermont. Florida 



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FRESHMEN 

Although they are young - and gay, these 
Freshmen have discharged their class responsi- 
bilities in an admirable way, and have more than 
held their own socially. 



Ji:an" Rickexbaker, Vice President ; Alice 
Shamburger, President : Frances Williams, 

Sec re ttt r i/- Treas it re r. 




First row: 

Ann Elizabeth Anderson', Eustis, Florida 
Sarah Elizabeth Bain, Capron, Virginia 
Martha Ann Baskett, Morehead City, N. C. 

Second rote: 

Frances Yarborovgh Bickett, Raleigh, X. C. 
Anne Marshall Bryan, Greensboro, N. C. 
Mary Gilmer Cocke. Wake Forest, N. C. 



Katiiryn Conn Drew, Raleigh, X. C. 
Betty Ann Cooper, Greensboro, X T . C. 

Third row: 

Jane Miller Dickey, Oxford, Pennsylvania 

Marietta Dike, Greensboro, X'. C. 

Mary Louise Eichhorn, Greensboro, X T . C. 

Sarah Baker Everett, Palmyre, X T . C. 

Caroline Hunter Fast, Lockliart, Soutli Carolina 



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Freshmen 



Sally Anne Groner 

Irvington-On-Hudson, New York 

Martha Roberta Huffman 
Washington, D. C. 

Alice McAden Jones 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Dorothy Christine Krusen 
Zephyrhills, Florida 

Betty Jane Ligon 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 

Sue Marshall Stephenson Maoruder 
Mineral Wells, Texas 



Mary Ann Manship 

Tatum, South Carolina 

Mary Elizabeth Peirson 
Enfield, N. C. 

Betsy Ann Pou 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Mary Carolyn Reeves 
Sanford, N. C. 

Jean Elliot Rickenbaker 

Union, South Carolina 

Hannahlyn Riddle 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Alice Page Shamburger 
Aberdeen, X. C. 

Floye Lowrance Smith 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Elizabeth Alexander Thomson 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Kathhyn Damaris Thornton 
Palatka, Florida 

Mary Ann Thorsen 
Franklin, Virginia 

Frances Bryan Williams 
Lynchburg, Virginia 




PREPS 




First row, left to right: Alexa Herritage Blount, Pensacola, Florida; Sara Jane 

Bowman, Raleigh, X. C; Jeannette Gillie Doi'gheiitv, Coronado, California; 

Betty Lee Lokey, Raleigh, N. C. 

Second row: Nancy Norton, Durham, X. C. ; Sue Janice Parham, Sumter, South 

Carolina; Florence Adele Smutny, Cherry Point, N. C.j Lila Saunders Spilman, 

Turnershurg, X. C. ; Barbara Stoughton, Raleigh, X. C. 

Not photographed : Marguerite Ann Peoples, San Francisco, California; Virginia 

Smith, State College, Pennsylvania. 



Certificate Students 

Students who have "majored" in a subject — that is, have taken special courses in 
a subject for two years — are awarded a certificate signifying talent, ability, and much 
hard work. 

ART: Adelaide Caldwell Butler. Rebecca Wood Drane, Joan Kirk Hamner, Katherine Louisa 
Legg, Elizabeth Adair Peteseh, 

MUSIC: Fay Morgan Chambers, Jane Clark Cheshire, Irvin Jones Thorp, 

EXPRESSION: Annette Thackwell Fulton, Pauline Jeanne Eagles, Mary Pierce Johnson, 
Jeannette Harriet Parker, Ellen Brent Senay, Caroline Davis Taliaferro. 

HOME ECONOMICS: Elizabeth Randolph Winslow. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

(Mostly residents of Raleigh who take only one or two subjects): Nancy Hobbs, Peggie Royster 
Jones. Mrs. Leo P. Krai], Violet Virginia La Rue, Betsy Tom Lawrence, Charles Richard Maegill. 
Mary Marshall Ragland, Ensign Frances Albertine Reynolds, U.S.C.G., Mrs. Mary Jerome Simons, 
Martha Upchurch. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



t 





Editors and Adviser 
confer . . . 



Frenchie McCann, Editor, Belles; Pinkie Bitler, Editor Stage Coach; C. A. P. 

Moore, Adviser; Patty Weaver. Editor, Bulletin. 

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 

Shall we ever forget Frenchie's bi-monthly editions of our "half-pint journal," our 
beloved Belles? Humor and fact turned out in "saintly" style, written about us and 
for us. And Freshman Janie — in years to come many giggles will still be rising from her 
column . . . four-sheeted retrospect of our year, thanks to Frenchie McCann and Staff. 

Literary bugs flutter and scribble, lurch in originality and hustle together — ergo, 
our quarterly issues of the Bulletin. Fatty Weaver edits with gusto, conscripting material 
and compiling alumnae notes. 



"When earth's lust pic- 
ture is painted . . ■" the 
Art Staff says it will still 
he trying to please the 
Editor— and CAP! 




J . C. and her Busi- 
ness Staff did a good 
and profitable piece 
of work. 




Moran, Cooped, F., Blackmer, Clark, J. C. Business Manager; Woolard, Linzev, 
Windes, Williams, H. 



"Don't forget your picture appointment — and have you any snaps we could use?" 

But all in fun in creating the Stack Coach, says editor Pinkie. Jane Clark's head- 
aches with advertisements; blues with lack of snaps; but success on Class Day — (well, 
we hope it conies out!) 

Our three publications, by turn aggressive, literary, and graphic, the Belles, the 
Bulletin and the Stage Coach, thoroughly developing and personifying our school's spirit 
and our own entwined within, are very bright spots in our lives. 



Monday nite . . . 

7:10 ...Staff Room. 

Assignments, eriti- 
isjns, new ideas, and 

querulous editors — 

unid u n e e a s i a g 
hatter — and out it 
owe Belles, Bulle- 
in, and S t a g e 
'oach. Strange! 




Order of the Circle 



Chirk, President 
Blount 
Broadfoot 
Drane 

Edmunds 

We 



Hart. Secretary 
Edwards 
Legg, K. 
Legg. M. 
Martin. M. I.. 



Whitaker, Treasurer 
McCann 

Paul 
Ramsey 
Tucker 
Williamson 



. . . mysterious midnight walks symbolize an organization of 
girls who are selected for their high ideals of fellowship, service 
citizenship, and scholarship. 



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SIGMA 
P^lllj LAMBDAs 



Bach row: Bell, J.D., Tucker, Crawford, Moore, S., Eagles. 
Middle ron:: Telfair, President; Butler, McCann, Edwards. 
First row: Taliaferro, Weaver, Bryant, Gaither, B. 



LITERARY SOCIETIES 

Poetry, essays, short stories, and debates are written by members of the Literary 
Societies. The highlight of their yearly program is the banquet we hear so much about 
at which a cujj is awarded to the societ_v excelling in the greater number of good original 
works. The Sigma Lambda's won it last year. 



EJl.R's 



Back roxc: Moomaw, Gregory, Cooper, F., Clarke, Drake. 

Middle row: Baer, Winslow, M. 

First row: Hart, Ci-tts, Cmipley, President; Clark, J. C, Windes 



W^£^Ql 





tj/id v. > i 




FRENCH CLUB 

Marionette shows, skits, songs, and discussions entirely in French are enjoyed bi- 
monthly by the FRENCH CLUB ably directed by Mademoiselle Margaret Winslow and 

Madam Smith. The mimeographed newspaper reads well. 

DEUTSCHER VEREIN 

The Deutscher Verein is formed to discuss German literature and pre-war culture. 
Mary Hodges Person is president. 





DOCTORS' DAUGHTERS' CLUB 

All doctors' daughters' form an organization here that we remember as being par- 
ticularly worthwhile at this time. They not only study home hursing under Mrs. 
Naylor, but also raise contributions for local and Chinese relief. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB 

This year especially Social Science students have appreciated Mr. Guess' generous 
assistance in helping them with their efforts to untangle and understand our Govern- 
ment's complicated political economy. The president — Johnson. 





DRAMATIC CLUB 



The Dramatic Club comes through, as always, with the entertainment that adds so 
much to our school year. Remember their sparkling presentations of "Junior Miss" and 
•'A Midsummer Night's Dream"? We do, and thank you, Miss Davis, "Cacie," and 
other officers, for your hard work behind the scenes as well as on the stage. 

THE GRANDDAUGHTERS' CLUB 

These girls, whose mothers or grandmothers set a precedent for them, edited our 
Address Book at Christmas time, contributed to the ISO, and, by sponsoring a maga- 
zine subscription drive, raised money to send cigarettes to our soldiers overseas. A tine 
record, in our estimation. 




Glee Club 

The Glee Club, under 
the guiding hands of Miss 
C'ate, Director, and Patsy 
Rodgers, President, pre- 
sented two delightful con- 
certs for our enjoyment. 
We have memories of 
beautiful v o i c e s — and 
beautiful ffirls. 




S© #£ 

Sn 




Sextette 

Take one look and you 
will agree that they must 
have built up many a 
soldier's morale down at 
the I'SO. They also 
sang for various Raleigh 
civic chilis as well as for 
us in Assembly. They 
are pood. 



Orchestra 

... a group of girls, 
musically inclined, whose 
delightful programs and 
accompaniments m e a n 
more to us each year. All 
due credit goes to .Mrs. 
Edgar Alden, who or- 
ganizes and directs them. 





The Canterbury 
Club Council 



Studv, worship, fellowship, and 
service are the basic rules of a club 
that seeks to present religious sub- 
jects to us in a way we like and under- 
stand — remember the Marriage Cere- 
mony as explained by Mr. Gribbin? 
On the side they rolled innumerable 
bandages for the Red Cross besides 
conducting an every-man canvass for 
money to be donated to the Thompson 
Orphanage. 



CHOIR 



Choirmaster Broughton drives and drives, and then how the angels sing! 




Altar Guild 

The Seniors floundered 
among pauls, Chalice veils, 
purificators, and other pre- 
viously unknown articles, but 
Miss Bason saved the day and 
we shall always remember the 
lovely results. 




The Christmas Pageant 

The Christmas Pageant, an impressive spectacle. Seniors, remember those beards? 





Potpourri 



"Junior Miss' 



Drill, drill, drill 
every Wednesday 
afternoon 





Assembly Every 
Sunday Morning 



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AT3HLETICS 





ATHLETIC 
COUNCIL 



Bettering the health of the student is one of Saint Mary's more important contribu- 
tions to the war effort. Again this year the athletic program has emphasized physical 
fitness as recommended by the Federal Security Agency of the U. S. Office of Education. 
The objectives of the program have been to develop endurance, strength, discipline, flex- 
ibility, coordination, relaxation, and body control. 

To lead in the competitive spirit of the traditional Sigma Mu activities, which begin 
with the Sigma Mu party in the fall and end with the athletic banquet in the spring, 
Sigma's chose as cheer leaders Sally Ramsey, Fannie Cooper, Barnie White, Frances 
Avera, and Delight Nuchols. The Mu's chose Sybil Goerch, Foxie Clarke, Nancy Urner, 
Frankie Shainburger, and Betty Baer. Among our fondest memories of these girls as 
they gyrated before us are flashes of technicolor hair and strains of a Kentucky yodel. 

With self-expression and artistic appreciation as prime objectives, the Orchesis or- 
ganized in the late fall with 17 members. The chief project this year was satire on 
military drill composed by the members. And the auction sale which raised nearly $17 
for the USO. 




LETTER 
CLUB 



Iii the spring Orchesis selected the six hest dancers in their group to he awarded 
monograms. They were: Senav, Riddle, Edmunds, Long, B., Cooper, F., and Carr. 
These six with several others took the parts of fairies in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" 
and presented their satirical dance on military drill in Assembly for us. 



Orchesis 
in action 




"Make it 
long and 
male it 
loud!" 



SBMIBMa gBBBBWWB 






SPORTS 



KIC'KBALL was the first sport of the year. Sigma's came out on top after win- 
ning two games and tieing a third. The all .star team, including six Mil's and four Sigma's: 
Bunn, Leitner, Clarke, Whitaker, Grantham, Dysart, R. Moore, II. Williams, F. L. 
Brooke, and Hirst. Ruth Hayes was a competent manager. 

HOCKEY came next with the Sigma's still on top. Because of cold weather and 
vacations the final tournament game was not played until February. Selected all stars 
were: Hirst, Bass, Brooke, F. L., Smutney, Williams, Woodson, Cooper, F., and Talbot. 
Again two games were won and one tied. Anna Margaret Moomaw was the Manager. 



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BASKETBALL began after Christmas and as usual found much enthusiasm among 
the seniors, juniors, and underclassmen alike. More girls went out for this sport than 
for any other. Highlight of the season was the unforgettable trip to Chapel Hill. The 
tournament consisted of mixed teams made up of girls from Carolina, Duke, Woman's 
College (W. C. to you), Meredith, and Saint Mary's. Proudly Saint Mary's, the only 
junior college represented, came away with first place honors. Mil's won two games out 
of three. The all stars were : Williams, H., Legg, K., Brooke, F. L., Grantham, Banks, 
White, B.. Hirst, Street, and Bylander. 

SWIMMING those necessary fiye-hours — a semester-or-else demanded some of every- 
body's time, but quite a few risked looking water-soaked at dinner on Monday's and Wed- 
nesday's to earn a letter for life saying. Who knows, maybe you will be saved by a 



Saint Mary's 



next summer at the beach ! The girls you should scream to for 



help are: Pou, Winslow, B., Williams, H., Hunsucker, Gregory, Bell, J. D., Baskervill, 
Moore, B., Morris, J., Chipley, Goerch, Wade, Lane, Martin, M., Smith, M., and Robin- 
son. Sara Stockton was swimmng instructor. 

PIXG PONG was the most successful minor sport this year with Barnie White the 
champ and Anna Margaret Moomaw the runner up. And incidentally, the faculty took 
up ping pong avidly. 

VOLLEY BALL came in April. A large number of girls came out for it, especially 
the underclassmen. The Sigma's won the exciting tournament. These earning stars were: 
Hirst, White, B., Clarke," M. P., Brooke, F. L., Peoples, Everett, Smutney, and 
Anderson, A. 

SOFTBALL and TENNIS followed with much enthusiasm on all sides. The tourna- 
ments were scheduled for late April and early May. Sorry we couldn't wait for results, 
but we must go to press, you know! 



In Class 



In the regular bi-weekly gym classes, exercises of all types were undertaken along 
with customary dance and game instructions. In the flexibility, tumbling, and Indian 
chili routines we discovered muscles we never before knew we had! Saint Mary's ob- 
stacle course proved novel as well as beneficial to the girls. Skimming along the balance 
beam and leaping over the leather buck, Brent Woodson completed the course in record- 
breaking time with Mary Lynn Lewis a close second. 



Mermaids 




It feels as good as it looks 





Posture Queen 
Mary Tom Gilman 



And Other Things 



The Letter Club, made up of girls elected to two all-star teams in major sports, 
sponsored Playday and Posture Week. Besides Saint Mary's girls the participants in 
Play Day were girls from Meredith and Peace. Sports included on the program were: 
swimming, kickball, and basketball. Letter Club members acted as Posture policemen 
during Posture Week — with all the customary tags, checks, and eagle eyes. The student 
body heartily agreed with the judges in their selection of Mary Tom Gilman as Posture 
Queen. Runners-up in the contest were Jane Peete, second place; and Charlotte Craw- 
ford, third place. President of the Letter Club is Ruth Moore. Who thinks up those 
fantastic initiation costumes, anyway? 




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MILITARY DRILL 

In the early fall, Wednesday meant play day to the new girls. This included a 
wide choice of activities : skating, swimming, hiking, Softball, riding, and howling. To 
the old girls Wednesday was a day of interesting seriousness. Officers* Candidate Corps 
(O.C.C.) was organized under the direction of Lt. Arthur L. Kaltenborn and Mrs. William 
C. Guess. Divided into squads the girls practiced the old and learned the new. Squad 
leaders were selected. Helena Williams, Adelaide Butler, Charlotte Crawford, Lib Shaw, 
Jean Brooks, Katherine Legg, Mary Fox Clarke, Betsy Long, Betsy Thompson, Frances 
Bvlander, and Betsy Blount drilled their groups well. The climax came in December 
with the drill contest. Eleven old girl and six new girl squads competed. The squads 
led by Helena and Foxie were chosen best of the old groups and that of Private Thomas 
Morgan best of the new groups. 

Military drill continued throughout the year. Adelaide Butler was chosen Com- 
pany Commander. Gradually all the new girls were initiated into the discipline of military 
drill. The original squad leaders worked hard with the new girls and some of the old. 
The boys from the ASTP-ROTC unit from State College certainly put life into the 
Wednesday activities — and who will ever forget the caustic wit of Lieutenant Kaltenborn 
(or the hours we stood and waited while iluit Man took pictures). 



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Extra- Curricular 




Oner .'i week . . . la danseuse . . . Spectatin'. 

Live n [earn . . . Good form . . . Squad leaders. 

Extend . . . Interest . . . Energy? 

Formation . . . That man . . . Boots n' Saddle. 



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deRosset, Legg, K.j Legg, M., Chief; Whitaker, Paul 

MARSHALS 

Maria, Katherine, Mar}- AYest, Margaret, and Harriet — who could ask for better 
personifications of the beauty, poise, and charm we recognized in them last spring about 
election time. 

We've been proud to line up behind our Marshals, whether we're going to chapel, 
assembh T , or any other places they may have chosen to lead us — they have set an ex- 
ample anyone would be glad to follow. 



The Faculty selects the . . . 

1944 MONOGRAM GIRLS 

Each year the Faculty selects six girls who impress them as possessing in the 
highest degree those qualities the true Saint Mary's girl is noted for — honesty, high 
ideals, representativeness, and devotion to Saint Mary's. 



Adelaide Caldwell Butler 
Rebecca Wood Drake 
Elizabeth Liles Edwards 



Mary Virginia Hart 
Helena Gragard Williams 
Margaret Penelope Winslow 



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Back row: Thomson, Ainvoou, Thomas, E.. Jeter, Clarke, Veiujehv, White 
Front row: Peete, Lyox, Clark, B., Chief ; Talbot. 



Hood. 



DANCE MARSHALS 

These are the girls to thank for our monthly "girl-breaks" and the smooth way in 
which our bio- "formals" were conducted. They not only circulated among the dancers 
with introductions, but they also kept the door, sold "cokes," served as hostesses in the 
parlour, and — well, they've just done a fine job, even including handling the boys. 



The Student Body selects the . . . 

EIGHT OUTSTANDING GIRLS OF 1944 

On the next few pages are the girls who have received the highest honor the student 
body can bestow outside Student Government offices. They are selected because of out- 
standing achievements, scholarship, and leadership during their years at Saint Mary's. 



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OUTSTANDING 



ELIZABETH LILES EDWARDS 
Tarboro, N. C. 



SALLY WYATT RAMSEY 
Lynchburg, N. C. 




GIRLS 



KATHERINE LOUISA LEGG 
Henderson, N. C. 





MARIA SOUTHERLAND LEGG 
Henderson, N. C. 







P OUTSTANDING 



MARY VIRGINIA HART 
Chatham, Virginia 



ELIZABETH SCOTT CLARK 
Lynchburg, Virginia 




GIRLS 



ELIZABETH VIRDIN BARNES 
Charlottesville, Virginia 





ADELAIDE CALDWELL BUTLER 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Junior-Senior 1943 



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Alter the liall was over . . . Octopus with refreshment. 

Reflection of honor . . . Where the stags gather . . . The dance at its height. 

Note resemblance? . . . Spotty . . . Interlude. 



Senior Dance 1944 




The stags at Eve . . . Aw, come on ! 
The inimitable fanny . . . Snaking the Congo. 
Lets get into the spirit . . . The amazed deRosset. 
Eleanor spurns . . . Bee in her bonnet. 



Relaxation 







Holmestein y Amiga . . . That certain something . . . Well, now. 
Girls together . . . Sparkle interspersed . . . Ye olde coffee groupe. 
Hysterical moment . . . Happy departure . . . There are smiles. 

Study Bugs. 



Pulchritude 




Where we goin'? . . . Here we are ... I declare. 

Third floor smiles . . . Three heads, three hands . . . Liz 'n Jane. 
Chaucer was never like this . . . Any stance for a laugh . . . Sophs. 



Commencement 1943 




Solemnity in white . . . Tliey lead. 

We listen . . . Regrets. 

Kolied 11 ready . . . All over lint tile — well, wc were gonna sav shontin' ! 



Pretty, isn't it? 





Photo Finish, Commencement '43 



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BETTER PRINTING 


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PHONE 6417 


Drop in 

135 Fayetteville Street 


RALEIGH, N. C. 


or Telephone 8834 






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COMPANY, INC. 


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108 Fayetteville Street 
Phone 4635 Raleigh, N. C. 


Peanut Products 
Candies 


ALDREDGE & CO., Inc. 




Successor to 
GEO. MARSH COMPANY 




Charlotte : Greensboro 
North Carolina 


Wholesale Grocer 

310-314 South Harrington Street 
Telephone 7549 




DUNN and RALEIGH, N. C. 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Mrs Ernest Cruikshank, AM, President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High School graduates are offered two years of Standard College work. 
The Curriculum also includes 10th, 1 1th, and 12th grades of High School 
work. All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 

Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 

Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding — Golf 

ANNUAL SESSIONS — MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE 

Write E. F. Stoughton, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



We Appreciate 



your patronage of the past 
season and sincerely trust 
our efforts to offer you the 
best in entertainment has 
been successful. 



AMBASSADOR 

STATE 

PALACE 

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Operated by 
North Carolina Theatre 



ALLEN'S MARKET 

15 S. Dawson Street 

"1'oHr Health Food 
Center" 



DIAL 4663 



Courtesy of 




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TAYLOR'S 


"The Show Place of the Carolina's" 


YOU CAN FUND AT THIS GOOD STORF 


MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 


PRICES YOU WISH 


TO PAY 


THE HOTEL 

that is known as 
headquarters for 


CROMLEY-MELVIN 
DRUGS 


Tiro Stores 


Saint Mary's Visitors 


CAMERON PARK 


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The . . . 


Phone 5834 


SIR WALTER HOTEL 


BUILDING 


Hotel Sir Walter 

Rates $2.50 Upward 


Phone 7533 


Complete 


"Ken" Phillips, Manager 


Drug Store Service 



The New Silk Lastex 

J ANTZEN 

Bathing Suit Has All the 
Glamour and Style 

It's the Perfect 
SWIM SUIT 


J. G. BALL CO. 


Wholesale 
Grocers 


PHONE 2-0341 

320 West Davie Street 

RALEIGH, N. C. 


Lewis 7 Incorporated 

112 W. Hargett Street 
Phone 5524 


Diamonds 

Watches 

Jewelry 

Silverware 

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Your Jeweler 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


We Prepare Orders for Homes 
and Parties 

Air Conditioned Phone 9224 

CANTON CAFE 

We Specialize in 
CHINESE and AMERICAN FOOD 

408 Hillsboro St. Raleigh, N. C. 


Greetings! 

CLARK ART SHOP 

PICTURE FRAMES, AWNINGS 
WINDOW SHADES 
VENETIAN BLINDS 



Converse College 

SPARTANBURG, S. C. 

The College for St. Mary's 
Graduates 

Write for Catalogue or 
View Booklet 

E. M. GWATHMEY, President 


EFIRD'S 

Department Store 


208 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 


GLENWOOD 
SHOE SHOP 

309 Glenwood Avenue 

DIAL 7248 

C. M. EUBANKS, Proprietor 


HUDSON SEA FOOD 

and 
POULTRY COMPANY 

PHONE 5846 
315 Blake Street Raleigh 


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JOLLY'S 

Leading Jeweler and Silversmith 
Since 1881 

Jewelry Silverware 


The Kind of Tricky 
Styles You'll Like 

Summer Fashions Now! 


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1207 Hillsboro 


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with 

FASHIONS AHEAD 

112 Fayetteville Street 

Raleigh 


We Cater to 
Saint Mary's Students 



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COMPANY 

PLUMBING, HEATING 

and 

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REFRIGERATION 
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206 South West Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 


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Dial 581 1 

Oldest Most Reliable 


We Supply 

"The Little Store" 


WHITE DAIRY 
PRODUCTS COMPANY 

Raleigh 


SCHOOLSUPPLIES 

Fountain Pens 

Sheaffer - Parker 
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Albums - Memory Books 

Loose Leaf Books 

Stationery 

RECORDS and SHEET MUSIC 
"House of Quality" 


Compliments 

of a 

FRIEND 


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Phone 2-2913 Raleigh, N. C. 
108 Fayetteville Street 



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THOS. H. BRIGGS 


CLEANERS 


b SONS 


PHONE 8871 


Incorporated 


1L6 Harrison Avenue 


HARDWARE 


Dry Cleaning 

Pressing 

Altering - Dyeing 


220 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


Odorless Work of the 


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Highest Quality- 


"17ie Convenient Place 


Prompt, Efficient Service 


to Shop" 


Say— 


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Raleigh, North Carolina 


"BAMBY" 

ROYAL BAKING CO. 

B. STREB, Prop. 


Social Engraving 

Diplomas Certificates 

Commencement Invitations 

Books of All Publishers 

Established 1867 



FLOWERS! 




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Cut Flowers : Corsages 




PRODUCE 


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Decorations 




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WHOLESALE FRUITS 


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"We Groiv the Flowers 




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Dining Room Supplies 


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PHONE 5589 


RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 




• 


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FOR YOUR REFRIGERATORS 


AND THE FUEL FOR 


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We Hope We Add to Your Comfort 



Hudson-Belk Company 

Raleigti's Largest Department Store 

Appreciates your patronage during the school 

year just ending and looks forward 

to serving you again during 

the coming year. 



THE STANDARD 
SUPPLY CO., Inc. 



PLUMBING and 
HEATING 
SUPPLIES 



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RALEIGH 

NORTH CAROLINA 



JobP.Wyatt&Sons 
Company 



HARDWARE and SEEDS 

BULBS, PLANTS 

and 

GARDEN SUPPLIES 



325-327 S. Wilmington Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 


An Afternoon "Bite" 

delightfully served in our 
cozy place is an oc- 
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Meet your friends here! 

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RETAIL STORE 

"Across the street from the 
Campus" 


(miSBEHlS) 

126 Fayetteville Street- 
Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH 
APPAREL 

For the College Miss Who Aspires 

to the Distinction of Being 

Smartly Gowned ot 

All Times. 


DONATION 
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JEWELERS-SILVERSmiTHS 
Raleigh n.c 

Phone 7704 
109 Fayetteville Street 


Always the Newest 
. . . in . . . 

Quality Merchandise 


HOTEL CAROLINA 


The Nearest to 
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BOYLAN-PEARCE, Inc. 

"Raleigh's Shopping Center" 


Phone 8811 



America 
WOKSHIVS 



^MITHOUT fear or favor, members of any 
sound religious faith worship openly in 
America. 

Because religion is important to so many of us, 
we and our forefathers fought and worked to 
keep our government free. Government for 
the people, which permitted us to worship in 
our faith, gave us courage to build great 
churches, thriving businesses, dynamic indus- 
tries, diversified agriculture ... a land of 
endless opportunities. 

So long as no one man nor one group of men 
attempt to tell us how we shall worship, 
America can remain free and her people may 
continue to provide the strength and initiative 
to keep her great 




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TOWN HOUSE 


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"Render Unto Caesar" . . . 


Few students when they read THE STAGE COACH and look with 
interest through its pages realize the long hours of continued 
effort and capability required of the staff in the preparation 
of copy, calls on the merchants, and the many other endless 
duties required of an efficient staff member. So — give it a 
thought and render a tribute to those staff members of your 
publication who have served faithfully their school and their 
fellow students in these extra curricula activities. 


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